Ali, Egypt faced hard time after the Revolution
House of Deputies Member and the Director of the Middle East Studies Center in Paris, Dr Abdel Rahim Ali, said Sunday that Egypt is heading at a large pace to improve its economic conditions, which represent a new born in this new era.
Ali also explained that the Central Bank of Egypt in mid-2013 was free of even one dollar, pointing out that the Arab states support Egypt in this time.
He added at a seminar in Dutch capital, Amsterdam, that in 2013 security was completely absent, and Sinai was entirely under the control of terrorist groups, pointing out that the bombings were pursuing security departments in Egypt and burning police departments, and Egypt has seen chaos at the time.
He pointed out that there has been a violent attack on the churches, and attacks on the Coptic throughout Egypt.
Ali is in Amsterdam at an invitation by the Supreme Council of the Egyptian Community in Holland. He will speak at the seminar about a wide range of issues, including the terrorist threat on Europe, the conditions of the Copts in Egypt and also the status of the Muslim Brotherhood in the country and outside it.